Last spring Harris was being projected as a potential first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft by nearly every website that evaluates such things. Now, all of these were very, very early projections based solely on Harris' production in 2010 when he led the Ducks with six interceptions (4 of which came between Luck, Locker, and Barkley) and 17 pass breakups while ranking second in the nation in punt return average (18.8 yards per return). But after barely playing last season due to various traffic infractions, other unpublicized incidents, untold behind the scenes issues and a general apathy toward all things structured that require discipline, Harris could easily go undrafted come April. Around the time of Harris' October traffic incidents in Eugene, one NFL scout asked how big a hit the 5-foot-11, 165-pound Harris' stock had stated: "I'm not sure he has stock. What has he done? Hard to draft a non-starter who is really small and can't tackle. Add to that "can't stay on the team" and you have big trouble. Now I do have some concerns with him being 5-11 165 but what could it hurt spending a late round draft choice on this guy? Maybe Mayhew even makes him a top priority UDFA like he did with Berry. What do you guys think?